How Well Do Employment Contracts Hold Up In Court?

As a rule of thumb, it is always better to assume that the terms of an employment contract will hold up in court. However, the reality is that courts will not always  enforce all contractual…

Resigning: Your Rights, Obligations and Entitlements

When resigning from your place of employment it is essential that you take the required steps to make sure that your exit is conducted considerately and lawfully. This includes ensuring you are…

Terminating Employees During the Probationary Period

A new employment position is both exciting and anxious for both the new employee and the employer. While both parties tend to hope for success, sometimes the fit is off and the employee and the…

What Kind of Damages Can You Expect in a Corporate Litigation Suit?

Business owners today face a much greater risk of finding themselves involved in a litigation suit. While every proprietor hopes to remain out of the court system, the fact remains that many…

10 Crucial Due Diligence Actions in Corporate Mergers & Acquisitions

Caveat emptor – buyer beware – is as sound a rule for corporate mergers and acquisitions as it is for consumer transactions.  But acquiring and organising all the information necessary to weigh the…

Automation of Business Risk & Compliance Factors

Regardless of their size all businesses face government risk and compliance issues. The government risk and compliance requirements are for the protection of everyone involved in business, including…